2017 Digital Replica Edition
The VHF/UHF DX Book was written in the early to mid-1990s by a team of experienced VHF/UHF DXers and equipment developers, in an effort to pass on our knowledge and stimulate further developments.
Looking back, that plan worked very well… for a time. But as we entered the digital age, information of lasting value became trapped on the printed pages and was lost to the next generation of VHF/UHF DXers.
To keep that information alive, this digital replica of the Second Printing
dated 1995 has been released by kind permission of the copyright owner TRPublishing and its proprietor Trevor Preece G3TRP.
As with all older books, the challenge for the reader is to separate the parts that are of lasting value from other parts that have become dated. But we make no apology for the latter; they remain an accurate snapshot of
VHF/UHF DXing in its heyday.
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